How to Apple and Horseradish Condiment

by Karen Larard

Sweetness from the apples and the spicy power from the horseradish is a perfect condiment to any roast, or on a cold meat sandwich


  • 2 Pounds Apple
  • Sugar to taste
  • 2 Inches Grated horseradish
  • 1 Tablespoon Apple cider vinegar
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Once you have horseradish in your garden, you will never get rid of it again. Place it in a corner of your garden where you can control it from spreading.

    Step 2

    Autumn bliss. I used some apples that have fallen off the tree.

    Step 3

    Remove the apple core and quarter them. Peel on or off is up to you. Pour about 1/2 inch. of water in the pot and add the apples. Boil for 10 minutes on low heat. Stir occasionally.

    Step 4

    Some horseradish is stronger than others, mine are very strong. Horseradish contains 3 times more vitamin C than lemons and the strong taste can bring grown men to tears.

    Step 5

    I like texture in my applesauce, if you don't, boil a little longer. Cool it down before adding sugar and vinegar to taste. Warm food tastes sweeter than cold and this is served cold.

    Step 6

    Add sugar and vinegar to taste. Add horseradish and stir. Heat will destroy the taste of horseradish so always add it after cooling down the dish you are making.

    Step 7

    As horseradish is a natural preservative this will keep in the fridge for month. Put it in a jar with a tight lid.